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Graham has called Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger's description of their conversation "ridiculous."
The firm filed suit on behalf of the Trump campaign on Monday. By Thursday, it had quit the case.
Richard Hopkins, a Pennsylvania postal worker, is not standing by his previous claims.
The USPS says they're already doing this, but a federal judge has ordered them to anyways.
Why does mail service still lag its pre-DeJoy levels? And does it matter for tallying votes?
The state GOP has placed ballot collection boxes marked "official" at gyms, churches, and gun shops—and it's refusing to remove them.
The containers, labeled “Official ballot drop-off box,” have appeared at churches, gyms, and gun stores in recent weeks.
Facebook announced a new rule on Wednesday that banned any ads that sought to delegitimize the outcome of the presidential election.
Meanwhile, the president is spreading misinformation about vote-by-mail in the state, calling it a "rigged election in waiting."
Colorado's Secretary of State sued the USPS so it would stop mailing out postcards about how to vote by mail, even though the postcard directs voters to the Colorado Secretary of State's website.
Trump told his supporters in North Carolina to vote twice to test the security of voting by mail.